Freshman Orientation Synopsis
A college student (Sam Huntington) pretends to be gay for the benefit of a hot sorority coed.
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ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
Feels a bit like a missed opportunity. It's too bad the motion picture as a whole isn't as quirky and clever as its double-edged title.
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60

Variety

By Robert Koehler
With intermittently amusing glee, writer-director Ryan Shiraki's tyro film, Freshman Orientation, frolics through the political minefields...
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50

L.A. Weekly

It isn’t particularly funny. Mocking lesbians for bad bongo-beating poetry, for instance, just ain’t fresh, interesting or even especially...
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50

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Crude and cheerfully sophomoric teen sex comedy.
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50

Los Angeles Times

An uneven coming-of-age comedy.
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50

The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
On one level, a stereotypical mash of Greek cruelty, queer poetry slams and rabid activist rhetoric. But beneath the tired crudeness and...
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38

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
Freshman Orientation is not incompetently made. Nor is it badly acted. But there’s not a fresh idea in it, and everyone on screen seems to...
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30

Chicago Reader

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This schizoid college comedy veers between gross-out humor and earnest coming-of-age drama.
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25

TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
First-time writer-director Ryan Shiraki's crude, gross comedy of campus sexual errors might push boundaries better were it not so painfully...
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I Didn't Expect Much

By wgowie
Honestly, before I even streamed the movie, I didn't really expect much. I knew it would be the usual, college guy wants a girl, a party is thrown, you see a few boobs, etc. It's nothing more than a...

horrid!~

By omgitsamovie
dont see this god awful movie !!!!!!...

terrible

By _A_B_C_
terrrible terrible terrible movie....

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Rated R | For strong sexual content, language and some drug use